Tours in Bulgaria 2018

We provide you with 27 private trips from all Bulgarian resorts and cities.

You can select any of your preferred trips. Especially for you, we have crafted 27 day tours, encompassing the most fascinating and peculiar routes in Bulgaria.

Should you be looking for something more specific – to visit something that’s not on the list or you desire an entirely unique tour program – reach out to us. We will confirm the itinerary and create for you the ideal tour of Bulgaria.

English-speaking guides, individual programs, convenient minibuses, and a truly attentive attitude to the most fastidious of client wishes await you. We will take the best care of you by making sure you have a good rest and derive true pleasure from getting to know the beauties of Bulgaria.

A Day Tour to Buzludzha, Shipka and the Russian Church

One of the most heroic chapters in Bulgarian history is related to the Shipka Pass. There, Russian soldiers and local militia joined forces, thereby defeating the Ottoman forces around the end of the 19th century. A memorial honoring those who lost their...

A Day Tour to Kaliakra, Balchik and the Mussel Farm

Varna is deemed a seaside resort, but life in Bulgaria’s sea capital never stops. The gorgeous sights – from ancient to contemporary – will make everyone’s holiday memorable. The cape of Kaliakra is north-east of Varna on the way to Romania. The mea...

A Day Tour to Melnik and Rupite (the birthplace of Vanga)

Melnik is Bulgaria’s tiniest town. It’s also a real museum directly situated under the open sky. The town produces one of Bulgaria’s most delectable and exquisite wines. This is due to the unique vine types cultivated only in this region. Rupite is a...

A Day Tour to Melnik and the Rila Monastery

The town of Melnik is a museum in its entirety. The country’s smallest town is clean, well-maintained, and elegant. For that, it woos many tourists. Melnik is revered for its stupendous wine. The town’s vicinity is where grape cultivation occurs – e...

A Day Tour to Nesebar and Sozopol

The two stunning towns are sometimes named brothers since they have plenty in common: both graciously embrace peninsulas, both pride themselves on captivating ancient history, and both of them are incredibly picturesque and teeming with peculiar sights....

A Day Tour to Plovdiv and Koprivshtitsa

First and foremost, Plovdiv is famous for being the oldest city on the European continent. Rome and Athens were built much later on. Celebrating the rich history of Plovdiv, many monuments remain on its streets – from the ancient Roman Theater to the a...

A Day Tour to the Belogradchik Rocks and the Magura Cave

Bulgaria boasts places and attractions of inimitable beauty. Why would you spend all your leisure time on standard types of recreation, such as beaching on the Black Sea, relaxing at your hotel, or skiing? There are multitudes of other ways to spice up...

A Day Tour to Varna and the Dolphinarium

The Varna Dolphinarium is embraced by a gorgeous sea park not far from Varna’s city center. Next to the imposing metal-and-glass edifice are souvenir stands with stunning images of dolphins. A visit to the dolphinarium is amazing both for youngsters a...

A Day Trip to Balchik, Kaliakra, the Mussel Farm and Aladzha

The town of Balchik has existed since ancient times, but its special fame grew after it was a part of Romania. During those years, the Romanian queen constructed on the town’s seashore a mesmerizing residence with drop-dead gorgeous gardens and shady p...

A Day Trip to Buzludzha and the Town of Kazanlak

Buzludzha is a peculiarly-shaped monument reminiscent of an alien spaceship. The architects decided to glorify the country’s social party in a very uncommon way. The tomb of the ancient Thracian Rulers was discovered very much by chance during the w...

A Day Trip to the Seven Rila Lakes

The Seven Rila Lakes are one of Bulgaria’s natural wonders. They are probably Bulgaria’s most famous natural attraction. Each lake bears its own name. The name of the highest is “The Tear”. Its name reflects the old legend of a gorgeous giantess who los...

A Day Trip to the Stob Pyramids and the Rila Monastery

The Stop Pyramids are among the most mesmerizing natural attractions in the spectacular Rila Mountains. They are fascinating, pyramidal formations shaped by the force of wind. Some pyramids even have their own names. The miraculous stone formations at...

A Day Trip to the Zheravna, the monument in Shumen and the Madara Horseman

The stunning village of Zheravna is considered a museum under the open the sky not by accident. Irrespective of the vicissitudes of the tumultuous Bulgarian history, houses dating from 150 to 300 years ago are perfectly preserved in the village. The...

A Tour around Sofia, the Boyana Church

Sofia is among the best places to commence your getting to know Bulgaria. A stroll along the Bulgarian capital’s streets will allow you to explore ancient findings discovered during the creation of the underground system, as well as give you the chance t...

A Tour to Kazanlak, the Thracian Tomb and the Shipka Monument

Kazanlak had thrived in ancient times. This is evidenced by the countless traces of Thracian and Roman remnants found on the territory of the town. Currently, the gorgeous town is deemed the center for the production of various essential oils – mostly, r...

A Trip to Kazanlak and the Festival of Roses

Rose oil, whose glory is revered across the globe, is extracted in the central part of the country, in the stunning Valley of Roses. Its unofficial capital is the gorgeous town of Kazanlak . Like other Bulgarian cities, it prides itself on an ancient...

A Trip to Kazanlak, the Tomb of Thracian Rulers and Buzludzha

In the past, oil-bearing, aromatic roses were brought to the lands of Bulgaria. Since then, they have been refined and cultivated to perfection to result in the irresistibly fragrant oil that is highly valued nowadays. The remaining petals contribute...

A Trip to Musala Peak – Trekking in the Mountains

Musala is not only the highest peak in the country but also in the entire east side of the European continent. Located in the drop-dead gorgeous Rila Mountains, its height is almost 3,000 meters. At that altitude, the temperature never goes above 18...

A Trip to Plovdiv, the Bachkovo Monastery and Asen’s Fortress

The tour commences in Europe’s most ancient city – Plovdiv. As a witness of multitudes of events, the city continues to live and grow. Plovdiv encompasses numerous monuments dating from ancient to contemporary times. The 11th century experienced the...

A Trip to the Zheravna, the Karandila and the Healing Salt Pans

Zheravna is one of the places that give you the true, inimitable taste of Bulgaria. The village-museum hosts carefully preserved ancient houses whose age ranges from 150 to 300 years. The village’s most popular event happens in summer and is called t...

A Trip to Veliko Tarnovo, the Tsarevets Fortress and Arbanassi

The town of Veliko Tarnovo is erected on steep hills, between which the Yantra River meanders. The terrain has shaped the original architecture of the former Bulgarian capital. As one of the most noteworthy cities in the history of the country, the tiers...

Day Tour – Sofia, the Boyana Church and the Rila Monastery

A sophisticated monastery in the Rila Mountains and an ancient church in Sofia’s proximity where original frescoes were discovered are two of most significant tourist attractions of the country. Both are included in the UNESCO catalogs and the lists o...

Exquisite Wine Tasting in the Varna and Burgas Regions

Wine tasting – by not acquainting yourself with the inimitable Bulgarian wines, you won’t be able to get to know the country. Wine tasting is one of the simplest yet tastiest ways to experience Bulgaria and to familiarize yourself with an essential par...

The Monument of the 1300th Anniversary of Bulgaria, the Madara Horseman and the Upright Stones

The first capital of the Bulgarian state, incepted in 681, was in the area of the contemporary town of Shumen. The founders of Bulgaria lived and ruled there. For that reason, the monument, honoring the creators of the Bulgarian state, was erected there....

Trip to Melnik and Local Wines Tasting

The town of Melnik is Bulgaria’s smallest and, according to many tourists and esteemed visitors, the most attention-grabbing settlement of the whole country. Only a couple of hundred people reside on the territory of the town-museum. Once, Melnik ...

Varna Sightseeing Tour

Varna is Bulgaria’s sea capital. Being the largest city on the whole Bulgarian coast, it is a major, international port. Its symbol is the Cathedral, erected after Bulgaria’s liberation from the 5-century Ottoman yoke. Being the second largest church in ...

Wine Tasting in the Melnik and Plovdiv Regions

Wine tasting tour Many experts claim that according to their qualities, Bulgaria's exquisite wines are not in any way inferior to the more famous French and Italian varieties. First of all, the process revolves around authentic varieties of wine, extracted...